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Why intake is the key to Billy's success, and how her firm uses empathy and data to strategically optimize the intake process.
Marketing ninja Dorie Clark talks about what lawyers can do to bring in more revenue in a chaotic marketplace.
Attorney branding specialist Nicole Abboud talks about the benefits of tailoring your firm to meet the demands of a growing millennial clientele.
Financial advisor mentor Brad Johnson talks about why financial advisors find it so difficult to build referral networks with lawyers.
How did unbundled services come to law practice and what's the future of unbundling and its potential for closing the access-to-justice gap.
Pete Vargas explains how lawyers can use speaking engagements to generate new clients and referrals and outlines a three-part presentation outline.
Christina Scalera explains why Pinterest really is a great place for lawyers to build business, and how to approach it.
Can lawyers offer "primary care" law, the concept of addressing small and general issues to clients who may not need a specialist.
Jeff Skrysak lists 14 things you can do to improve your SEO profile that don’t cost much money. (They do require a bit of effort, though.)
Alix Devendra explains why lawyers need to learn and apply design thinking in their law practices.
In-house lawyer Elliot Miller and outside litigation counsel Adam Losey discuss the different perspectives they have in their respective roles, the realities of traditional v. alternative billing structures, and the importance of trust.
In this episode, Jess Birken, whose solo-practice website stands out among the top ten law firm website of 2017, explains how she got that website built while keeping costs low.
Gyi Tsakalakis explains why local search marketing matters online and how to do it effectively.
How to reinvent a new business model for your law firm when you're feeling sluggish.